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Danny Masterson Is A Monster. Allegedly.

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | January 24, 2020 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | January 24, 2020 |


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Are you watching Gillian Anderon in season 2 of Sex Education? You should be. She’s brilliant. What’s not brilliant is that she almost passed on the show after she tossed the script in the trash. Oops! (Celebitchy)

Taylor Swift’s Miss Americana trailer is here. What do we think? (Lainey Gossip)

Eddie Murphy Shares the Bad Comedy Advice He Got From Rodney Dangerfield. (Vulture)

I’m just going to paste in this headline because otherwise, my blurb would be all asterisks: One Of Danny Masterson’s Accusers Has Accused Him Of Murdering Her Two Dogs. (Dlisted)

Release the Kratom: Inside America’s Hottest New Drug Culture. (Wired)

Neighborhood security apps are making us wildly paranoid. (The Outline)

Home security cameras are a fascinating topic (with a history of racism!), and if you want to hear more about it, I highly recommend this episode of the Citations Needed pod. (Soundcloud)

This weekend I was listening to the Skeptics’ Guide pod and I heard a fact that blew my mind: virtually all of South America is east of Florida! That is NOT how it’s pictured in my mind’s map. Then I learned about this awesome website that allows you to drag countries around to compare their sizes. It’s really fun! Alaska is so much smaller than I thought. MAPS ARE A LIE! (The True Size Of…)

World Travel: An Irreverent Guide is an Anthony Bourdain book being released posthumously. ❤️ (T&C)

Why do so many incompetent men become leaders? And what can we do about it? (TED Ideas)

This is an excellent read about how silence is a luxury commodity for those living in cities. I truly don’t know how people live in NYC. My ears hurt every time I visit. (Curbed)

Sort of related? Why Manhattan’s Skyscrapers Are Empty. (The Atlantic)

Have you ever read a book too late for a book club and then wished you could still participate? Fiat.Luxury has intended to read Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens for 10 years, and she finally did. "I feel like the Cannonball Book Club discussion questions are a great way to organize my thoughts on the book, even though I missed the book club by about … 8 months." (Cannonball Read 12)

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